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A number of questions, particularly involving homework, often involve some basic engineering. In the US, the...
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Assuming that funding is not an issue, is it within the limits of engineering to move Hoover Dam, including the...
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I understand that thermal conductivity is W/(m.K) and u-factor is W/m K. Obviously U factor is energy transfer over...
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Ok, so I have a problem as follows: A beam is simply supported at joints A, B, C D and E. there is a UDL acting...
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Hey everyone, hoping someone can point me in the right direction with a deflection question. A pressure vessel I'm...
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Hi, ill keep it short. im doing a design project where im planning to keep heated water/ethylene glycol in an average...
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Can any one suggest good books for linear control systems and measurements?
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I'm in need of a specific heat exchanger (a quench cooler). It needs to cool fast (in seconds) and it needs to cool a...
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Pertaining to conduit bending and ease to pull wire, would it be easier through one 90 degree bend of a set radius, or...
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I just finished my second year of Engineering Physics at McMaster (specifically, nuclear) and I'm on a summer coop...
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Hello. The title of this post may seem too hardcore. Actually, I am building a simple wind turbine made from wood...
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So in my mechanics of materials class we were taught about stress-strain curves. I asked a couple of times for the...
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I am positive when I was a kid some Candian guy, maybe from Alberta made robots without microchips. They seemed to...
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I have a question regarding the design of pressure vessels, which is: what is the 'maximum allowable working...
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Where can I find a student version of AutoCAD? I have looked and can not find one. Surely they offer one. I bought...
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I know how well you do in high school has little to do with how well you go in uni. But in Australia, the entry...
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So I'll be a senior next year in high school, and all of us students must take on the dreaded senior project. I've...
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Hey guys! I'm new to Physics Forum and I have a question. I am building a mousetrap car for my 8th grade science class...
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I am in Africa and need an non electric non gas water pumping application. I have design information and what I have...
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I have received the following private message. Questions should not be asked this way. However it is a reasonable...
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So I am trying to figure out this shear stress problem that I have no idea how to approach. I have a shaft which is...
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Studiot
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Please delete this I was in the wrong section. Sorry.
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Hi, i dont even know if there is any solution to this... still trying my luck i am working pn a project related...
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If I have something that can lift 400lbs. How would I determine how much pressure this could generate if used in a...
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No is the one sided noise spectral density in communication systems. N is the double sided noise spectral density. ...
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Alright guys, some trees fell in a really weird way. I made a video of my perdicament. I have 10 hours to figure...
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good afternoon i have a project to build a water dispenser. i'm strugling with heat transfer equations since it's...
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When a signal from an accelerometer is being filtered should a high or low pass filter be used? I am trying to isolate...
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I guess this goes under engineering, but if not then whoops. I sat down hard on a wooden chair recently and heard a...
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A roof drain leads to a pipe that lies horizontaly in the roof's insulation layer which in turn lies on top of a 26cm...
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Ok, so I am working on a project for the summer that involves building a robot-like RC car/atv (for off-road). I...
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I'm wondering of there is an open access archive of engineering topics, similar to ArXiv. Does anyone have any...
May1-11 12:22 PM
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I've got a question concerning the resultant force due to hydrostatic pressure. I understand how to calculate an...
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I've had to conduct an experiment with strain gauges attached to each member and when I've calculated the forces in...
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